ADAPT PHOENIX AZ - Low-Carb Keto Living in the 21st Century

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Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University - School of Music - (Katzin Hall)

50 E Gammage Pkwy

Tempe, Arizona 85287

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On the road to health and weight loss success, every one of us hits a block. There are two options:

To give up and settle for less, OR... To ADAPT and change!

Join us for a full day of fun and low-carb education at ADAPT ARIZONA on October 5th. Dr. Eric Westman, (in partnership with local doctors, Dr. Adam Nally, Dr. Dorothy Sears, Dr. Helen Hilts, Dr. Ben Bocchicchio, Dr. Mona Morstein & Dr. Philip Wazny, will share the most up to date information on the therapeutic benefits of a low-carb keto lifestyle.

Learn how to get rid of inflammation & lose weight effectively. Learn how many chronic diseases are preventable and even reversible by eating the correct nutrition, (often more powerful than most medications that treat the symptom and not the cause).

Listen to amazing success stories from people that have had life-changing results of their own. How they were finally able to take control of their weight and their health, and how their obsessive food/sugar cravings became virtually nonexistent by adopting a low-carb "lifestyle".


  • How a low-carb & keto diet can heal your body.

  • How insulin resistance, inflammation, and chronic metabolic disease can be reversed.

  • How to become a FAT burning machine!

  • Finding YOUR carb threshold and what that means for each individual.

  • How to control your sugar cravings by eating the right foods.

  • How to sustain the keto and low-carb diet longterm.

  • Therapeutic benefits of living a low-carb lifestyle (based on science).

  • Success stories share their inspirational stories with you.



  • An internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in his field.

  • Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University Health System.

  • Director of the Duke Keto Medical Clinic.

  • Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine.

  • Master’s Degree in clinical research, with over 90 peer-reviewed publications to his name.

  • Has dedicated his life to helping patients with various medical conditions such as type 1 & type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, hypertension, and many others through diet and lifestyle choices.


  • Board-certified family medicine and obesity medicine specialist with 20 years of clinical practice experience treating patients "cradle to the grave."

  • Health Policy Fellow

  • Combines nutrition to evidence-based protocols in the treatment of disease

  • Completed medical school at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and his undergraduate training at Grand Canyon University.

  • He is the primary author of The KetoCure.


  • Holds doctoral degrees in exercise and Health.

  • He was a pioneer in keto/low carb dieting starting in the mid-1970s.

  • He created the High-Intensity Slow Interval Training in 1974 which now has more than 1 million followers.

  • Is passionate about teaching people about the combination of keto eating and SMaRT exercising to reverse metabolic disorders and regaining optimal health.


  • Professor of Nutrition at Arizona State University College of Health Solutions,

  • BS degree at the University of Southern California

  • Ph.D. degree in Molecular Biology & Genetics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

  • An internationally recognized expert in obesity-related cardiometabolic disease and cancer.

  • Actively researches the health benefits associated with nightly fasting and circadian alignment of food intake.


  • Practices at Arizona Integrative Medical Solutions in Tempe, AZ

  • Specializes in diabetes/all hormonal conditions/BioIdentical hormones, gastroenterological, auto-immune diseases

  • Author of “Master Your Diabetes: A Comprehensive, Integrative Approach for Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.”


  • Family medicine doctor in practice for over 30 years.

  • Medical training through the University of Arizona and Los Angeles County Hospital.

  • Special interest in diabetes and insulin resistance.

  • Loves to teach people how eating low-carb is a simple and very effective way to prevent and even reverse the damage from prediabetes and diabetes in themselves and the people they care about.


  • Naturopathic Medical Doctor working in private practice since 2006 in Scottsdale, AZ

  • Areas of expertise include hormone balancing, prolotherapy/PRP, and metabolic disease

  • Trained in pharmacology and minor surgery and the various disciplines of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM): acupuncture, homeopathy, botanical medicine, nutrition, environmental medicine, detoxification, and mind-body medicine

  • Holds a bachelor’s degree in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Colorado. Graduated magna cum laude, served as president of the University’s Premedical Honor Society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, and worked as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

  • Completed two years of service in the United States Peace Corps

SIGNATURE WORKSHOP by Dr. Eric Westman - (for beginners)

  • A 1-hour workshop

  • Includes a 20-page diet manual for you to take home, which he will go through in detail during the workshop.

  • All the tools you need to get started on your new lifestyle right away!


  • Dr. Adam Nally - Copy of his book, "KetoCure" - (copies for sale at the event)

  • Dr. Mona Morstein - Copy of her book, "Master Your Diabetes" - (copies for sale at the event)

  • Dr. Ben Bocchicchio - Copy of his book, "Fifteen Minutes to Fitness" - (copies for sale at the event)

  • Wisdom Natural Foods - (Sweet Leaf Stevia) Gift Basket

  • Kristie Sullivan - Copy of the recipe book, "Keto Living Day by Day"

  • Maria/Craig Emmerich – Copy of the book, "KETO"

  • Kelly Tan Peterson - Bilingual recipe book, "KETO EAST" - A Ketogenic Lifestyle Cooking Asian

  • Rachel Gregory - Copy of the book - 21-Day Ketogenic Diet & Weight Loss Challenge

  • Natasha Newton - Copy of the recipe book, "Southern Keto"

  • Kim Minert - Copy of the book "Conquer Diabetes on Less than $5 A Day"

  • Kim Minert - Copy of the book "Derailed Diabetes"


The award-winning, delicious sweetener, SweetLeaf has endless uses for adding tasty sweetness to all your favorite foods and beverages. It is a zero-calorie, zero-carbohydrate, certified-paleo, non-glycemic-response sweetener. Use SweetLeaf in place of sugars in foods and beverages for a delicious treat.


Residence Inn Tempe Downtown/University for $120 USD per night

Book your group rate for ADAPT Your Life

Start Date: Friday, October 4, 2019

End Date: Sunday, October 6, 2019

Last Day to Book: Friday, September 6, 2019


We will be offering a hotel shuttle bus to take you to the event as well as pick you up after the event to bring you back to the hotel. A sign-up sheet for the shuttle will be available upon hotel check-in.


Registration begins: 7:45 am (coffee will be available)

Presentations start: 9:00 am

Lunch: Casual standing/networking low carb lunch included.

Prizes/Giveaways: You will receive a raffle ticket upon registration. Good Luck!

Dr. Westman's 1-hour workshop: (Includes a 20-page diet manual for you to take home).

Agenda: Available at registration upon arrival


We try and stick to the event START and END times as best as we can, but sometimes this is not always possible. Please bear this in mind when scheduling your day.

We're SO excited to see you!




What should I bring to the event?

A pen, notepad and your cellphone to take awesome pics of your new friends.

How do I contact the organizer with any questions?

Feel free to email Liza Becker -

What is your refund policy?

Tickets are refundable up to 7 days prior to the event only.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We will have a pre-printed registration list that will include your name.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferable?

Yes. Just let us know when you get to registration.

Can I volunteer to help with whatever's needed on the day of the event?

Absolutely! Please send your request to

Can I purchase a ticket at the door on event day?

Only if there are available tickets and we have not sold out. We have a limited capacity due to the fire code.

Where do I park?

Parking is available in several lots around the campus at an additional charge of $10.00-$15.00 per day. A campus parking map will be emailed to you prior to the event.

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Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University - School of Music - (Katzin Hall)

50 E Gammage Pkwy

Tempe, Arizona 85287

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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